Dental crowns are constructed during ceramic, metals, plastics or a combination of two or more material. Modern dental crowns help in restoring the appearance and function of your lost tooth. Dental crowns appear just an actual tooth and also offers the bite of a natural tooth.
Your dentist in Encinitas will make an impression of all your teeth when you need a dental crown treatment. This dental impression is then sent to a laboratory where the plaster teeth are separated, and an individual mold of your tooth which needs restoration is scanned.
A hi-tech computerized machine pours plaster into molds and creates blanks. Once the mold hardens, the said process of making a tooth using the blank plaster commences. This machine uses the scanned data can beings to carve out contours. However, the finished tooth is 20 to 30 percent bigger than the requirement.
This is followed by the machine dipping the plastered tooth into a liquid ceramic, and when it hardens, it offers the tooth a natural and a gleaming finish. This makes the crown appear just like a natural tooth.
This machine then proceeds towards orienting the tooth and then the ceramic powder is poured into this new mold over the plastered tooth. It is then placed on a rod and plunged into a chamber filled with water. The water pressure increases the solidification of the ceramic tooth.
This is then chiseled to match perfectly with the plastered tooth wherein the tooth becomes the shell of the crown and can be easily lifted off from the plastered tooth. This coping will be exposed to high temperature for increasing its stability and shrinking to its proper size.
This shell is then delivered to the dental office when your dentist in 92024 will place the crown on your damaged tooth. This dental crown will help you regain your dental appearance and function.
In case you wish to know more about restoring your lost or damaged tooth, schedule an appointment with a dentist in Encinitas, CA.